Dell announces refreshed Inspiron laptop lineup built for remote working

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Dell announced its new lineup of Inspiron laptops today, including the Inspiron 13, 14, 13 2-in-1, 15, and 16 Plus. Dell says that “this isn’t the Inspiron your parents grew up with” and highlights that the laptop lineup has been redesigned from the ground up. The new laptops all have modern designs similar to the best Windows laptops. They are also available in several colors to help them look unique and catchy.

The Inspiron 13 is available today starting at $599. The Inspiron 14 ($440), Inspiron 14 2-in-1 ($729), and Inspiron 15 ($550), all arrive on May 4. The Inspiron 16 Plus will arrive in North American on June 3 with a starting price of $950.

The new Inspiron laptops vary in size and exact specs, but they all feature similar designs. They all have thin bezels around the top and sides, large keyboards, and large trackpads. All of the new Inspiron laptops come with the latest 11th Gen Intel Core or AMD Ryzen 5000 U-Series mobile processors. Graphics vary depending on the specific Inspiron device you choose, including the Inspiron 16 Plus, which supports up to NVIDIA RTX graphics.

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The Inspiron laptops have several features catered to people working from home. They all also have an HD webcam with Temporal Noise Reduction (TNR) that reduces pixilation and visual noise on video calls. Dell also highlights the tuned microphone on each laptop that helps deliver clear audio.

The Inspiron 13, 14, and 15 all have adaptive thermals to manage power consumption. They also each have a lid-open sensor and optional fingerprint reader that supports Windows Hello. Each of the laptops supports ExpressCharge, which can recharge a laptop up to 80% in 60 minutes.

As the name suggests, the Inspiron 14-2-in-1 is a convertible tablet that can flip around into different postures, including laptop, tent, stand, and tablet modes.

The Inspiron 16 Plus has a 16-inch form factor, which is new to the Inspiron lineup. Its display has a 16:10 aspect ratio. The Plus in the laptop’s name isn’t just about the size of its body and display. It will have the latest Intel Core H-series processors, optional NVIDIA GTX or RTX discrete graphics, and a thermal management system that should handle heavy workloads.

Dell is also working to improve the environmental impact of its Inspiron lineup. 100% of the painted parts in the new Inspiron laptops use low volatile organic compound waterborne paint. The packaging tray for the lineup is made of 100% recycled materials, and the rest of the packaging components are made of up to 90% recycled materials.

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